New technology to determine ice on aircraft

ICELIFT | Foto: (c) Airborne Technologies

In-flight icing of aircraft wings represents one of the biggest safety risks in aviation. Researchers have developed new wireless sensors allowing improved detection of ice formation.

When flights take place during bad weather conditions, planes inevitably spend extended periods flying through the cloud layer. With exterior temperatures below freezing – given the typical flight altitudes, this is frequently the case, even during the summer months – a dangerous process of ice formation can take place on the wings of the aircraft. This may have a negative effect on the flight characteristics, even leading to the aircraft crashing in extreme cases.

Researchers have now developed a sensor system that offers assistance with the detection of ice formation. The technology is based on sensors similar to those used on the blades of wind turbines. One of the innovative aspects lies in the design of the new sensors, which are significantly thinner and can therefore be better adapted to the aerodynamics of an aircraft. “The sensors measure the temperature and the degree of icing and wirelessly transmit this information to a receiving unit in the cockpit”, Hubert Zangl explains. He was the University of Klagenfurt (Institute of Smart Systems Technology) representative working on this project. The project team focused intensively on the thermal behaviour of the sensor, on the interactions with other components such as the heating elements, and on the accuracy of the temperature measurements taken on the wing surface. Another part of the project was devoted to achieving greater precision in the measurement of air stream on the surface and to performing simulations of the ice formation process. The construction of the antennae, required to ensure the best possible radio contact to the receiving unit, represented a particular challenge.

Funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), the project was carried out jointly with eologix sensor technology gmbh, FH JOANNEUM GmbH (Institute of Electronic Engineering) and Villinger GmbH (de-icing systems for the aviation industry). Testflights were carried out by Airborne Technologies. According to Hubert Zangl, the insights gained can be used in numerous different fields: “The sensor is flexible in terms of its installation and dimension, and consequently it is suitable for use in a vast range of situations.”

Photo: (c) www.airbornetechnologies.at

Studying technology at the Universität Klagenfurt

Research and teaching excellence is what sets Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt’s technology programmes apart. Established in 2007, the Faculty of Technical Sciences prides itself on its exceptional student-supervisor relationships, which facilitate continuous, profitable exchange between tutors and students at all levels. Our technology programmes, which have a large practical component and focus on our key strengths (e.g. Informatics, Information Technology and Technical Mathematics), open up a world of opportunities for our students. And if you decide to take a Joint or Double Degree, you can also gain new experience overseas by taking a semester abroad or attending a summer school. More

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Nikolausfeier

Liebe Kinder! Liebe Eltern!

⭐ Es duftet, es raschelt, es glitzert und klingt im Familienservice… ⭐

Herzlich möchte wir Euch zu unserer Nikolausfeier am Donnerstag, den 06.12.2018 um 17:30 Uhr einladen.

Zusammen erleben wir die stimmungsvolle Geschichte „Es klopft bei Wanja in der Nacht“ und anschließend warten wir auf den Besuch vom Nikolaus. Nach der Sackerlverteilung steht für Groß und Klein noch ein Adventbuffet bereit und es gibt Zeit für gemeinsame Gespräche.

Donnerstag, 06.12.2018 um 17:30 Uhr

Lakeside Park, Gebäude B02a, in den Räumlichkeiten des Familienservice

Unkostenbeitrag 5,- pro Kind

Eine Teilnahme ist nur mit Voranmeldung per E-Mail (familienservice [at] aau.at) bis 03.12.2018 möglich!

Wir freuen uns auf Euer Kommen!

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Studying coincidence in literature and films

Matthias Klestil | Foto: aau/Müller

A position as post-doctoral researcher at the Department of English and American Studies brought Matthias Klestil to Klagenfurt from Bayreuth. His research currently focuses on material from literature and films, which addresses versionality and coincidence. In our interview with Matthias Klestil, he tells us about the paths that led him to Klagenfurt, and he reveals what he finds fascinating about the USA.

Matthias Klestil’s grandfather, an Austrian, came to Germany during the Second World War. He met his future wife and settled in the Rheinland region, near Mönchengladbach, which is where Matthias Klestil was born. Klestil’s father has Austrian citizenship to this day, while Matthias Klestil is a German citizen. Applying the age-old question of “what if” – in the spirit of versionality, coincidence, causality, and determinism – the question arises: Would Matthias Klestil have noticed the advert for the position at the University of Klagenfurt if his family had not had old ties to Austria? Among other aspects, his post-doctoral thesis project addresses precisely these “what if” stories in literature and films, which are familiar to audiences thanks to blockbuster movies such as “The Butterfly Effect” or “Inception”, or Paul Auster’s new novel “4321”.

When invited to explain how he chose to specialise in American Studies, he cannot immediately point to a specific event that triggered a chain of subsequent decisions. However, his ardent enthusiasm for the fundamental idea of US America is nothing short of contagious. “The USA were moulded out of the spirit of Enlightenment and ever since those times they have remained in daily discourse with the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution, the very keystones of their nation.” This is a particular feature of the USA, as he goes on to explain: “On the one hand, we have founding documents that enshrine absolute human dignity, while on the other hand we can see that these could never have been fulfilled. Over the course of the history of the USA, steps were taken again and again to draw closer to a realisation of the founding ideas. Yet, much like a pendulum, the process repeatedly swings in the other direction as well. This is a never-ending process.” Founded by immigrants and initially reliant on slavery and racial segregation, the nation is perpetually renegotiating its internal conflicts in a truly rich cultural diversity. The continuous endeavour to fulfil fundamental values and the discursive negotiation in society offer literary and cultural scholars a bountiful field of employment. One, which should also produce much “from which we can learn”.

Matthias Klestil discovered his interest in literature at an early age, and he is all the more delighted to follow the literary path in his profession. He read American and German Studies at Bayreuth University, spending one year at the University of Warwick in the UK, and six months at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. In his doctoral thesis he examined the interplay of mankind and nature, and explored mainly African American texts from an ecocritical perspective, in the sense of environmentally oriented literary and cultural studies. He is due to receive a dissertation prize from the city of Bayreuth for this work on the 9th of November 2018.

Matthias Klestil does not regard literature as a closed system, but rather he is fascinated by “the bracing effect; by what the written word does to other discursive elements”. He adds: “Literature is extremely creative. It can incorporate so much, and it wields vast transformative power. We cannot simply ask ourselves: What does it do to people? But also: What does it do to the flows and the human development processes?”  This is due, he believes, to literature’s capacity to represent complexity in a unique manner. “In the end, it is only profound, if it does not merely state things, but does more with it.” During his time in Klagenfurt, Matthias Klestil hopes to look into the depths of literature and culture. Literature asks questions. Matthias Klestil wants to discover some of the answers to how it poses these questions, and what consequences they may have.

A few words with … Matthias Klestil

What would you be doing now, if you had not become a scientist?
I’d be a musician, maybe a pianist.

Do your parents understand what it is you are working on?
For the most part, yes. Sometimes they even read the books I use in my research.

What is the first thing you do when you arrive at the office in the morning?
I make coffee – plenty of milk, no sugar.

Do you have proper holidays? Without thinking about your work?
I think so, but some people disagree. I do like to read in my free time, so maybe they have a point. Still, I am definitely able to switch to total relaxation mode.

What makes you furious?
I feel furious about the fact that Donald Trump does not make me feel as furious as he did at first. Accepting this as normality is dangerous.

What calms you down?
Nature and music.

Who do you regard as the greatest scientist in history, and why?
Tricky question. For me, personally, Michel Foucault serves as a great inspiration, because he encourages creative thought “against the flow”. More generally, I would number Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein or Marie Curie among the “greatest” scientists, because their ideas and discoveries have transformed science and the world, and still continue to shape them today.

What are you looking forward to?
In the long term, I am mostly focused on realising my new project and on meeting new people, exploring unknown places, and discovering new impressions and influences. In the short term: A pleasant winter semester and Christmas.

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Job Announcement: We are hiring a University Assistant (Doctoral Student f/m)

The Department of Applied Informatics (Information Systems) invites applications for the position of a

University Assistant (f/m, prae doc)

Duration of employment: 4 years

Job description:

  • Scientific research with the goal to obtain a doctorate degree (PhD)
  • Participation in research projects
  • Teaching and supervision of students
  • Involvement in administration
  • Participation in public relations activities of the department and faculty

Skills:

  • Adequate completed Austrian or equivalent foreign university education
  • A working knowledge of English and willingness to learn German within an appropriate time frame

In research and teaching, the research group Information Systems works on the application of intelligent systems to practical operational problems. The research group focuses in particular on the design and evaluation of recommendation systems, the application of data mining methods in the business environment and personalized software services in general. The spectrum of the research activities ranges from the application of new methods of artificial intelligence to research into the effects of such information systems on their users. The Department of Applied Informatics is very well networked internationally in science and industry.

Applications must be submitted no later than 12 December 2018, see the official Job Announcement (in German) and its non-binding English translation.

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PreDoc Scientist (f/m) (in German: Universitätsassistent/in) at the Departmant of Psychology, Health Psychology Unit – code 59H/18

Stellenausschreibung Wissenschaftliches Personal| Foto: kasto/Fotolia.com

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt announces the following open position:

PreDoc Scientist (f/m) (in German: Universitätsassistent/in)

at the Faculty of Humanities, Departmant of Psychology, Health Psychology Unit (temporary contract for 4 years, scheme Uni-KV B1 www.aau.at/uni-kv, 100 % employment). The minimum monthly gross salary amounts to € 2,794.60 (14 x per year) and can increase according to collective agreements regarding allowance for professional experience specific to the position. The expected starting date of the position is March 1st, 2019.

The tasks and responsibilities of the position include:

  • Conducting scientific research and activities required for the fulfillment of a doctoral degree in psychology
  • Teaching basic and special courses in the Bachelor’s and Master’s in psychology programs
  • Participation in the administrative and organizational responsibilities of the Department

Required Qualifications:

  •  Master’s or Diploma degree in the area of psychological science at a domestic or foreign higher education institution
  • Research interest in the area of family health psychology, public health and/or behavioral interventions
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in teams
  • Excellent English language skills

 Proof of fulfillment of the required qualifications is to be provided together with the application documents by the 14th of February 2019 at the latest.

 Additional Desired Qualifications:

  • A research record, documented by international peer-reviewed publications and/or presentations
  • Excellent German language skills
  • Expertise in quantitative research methods
  • Experience in university teaching in the areas relevant to the position

The position aims at the advanced professional and scientific training of graduates of a Master’s or Diploma degree programme with the goal of doctoral promotion in Psychology. Applicants with a completed Doctorate or Ph.D. in a related discipline are therefore ineligible for the position.

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt aims to increase the proportion of women in scientific positions, especially in leadership, and therefore encourages qualified women to apply for the position. In case of equivalent qualification, women are accepted preferentially.

People with disabilities or chronic diseases, who fulfil the requirements, are particularly encouraged to apply.

Applications from qualified candidates with a migration background are encouraged.

General information for applicants can be found at www.aau.at/en/jobs/information

Applications with the customary documents are to be submitted no later than 2nd of January 2019 indicating reference code 59H/18 to Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Dekanatekanzlei / Recruiting, exclusively via the online application form at www.aau.at/obf.

Travel and accommodation costs incurred during the application process will not be refunded.

Der Beitrag PreDoc Scientist (f/m) (in German: Universitätsassistent/in) at the Departmant of Psychology, Health Psychology Unit – code 59H/18 erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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Universitätsassistentin / Universitätsassistent am Institut für Angewandte Informatik, Arbeitsgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik/Information Systems – Kennung 745H/18

Stellenausschreibung Wissenschaftliches Personal| Foto: kasto/Fotolia.com

Die Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt folgende Stelle zur Besetzung aus:

Universitätsassistentin / Universitätsassistent

an der Fakultät für Technische Wissenschaften, Institut für Angewandte Informatik, Arbeitsgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik/Information Systems, im Beschäftigungsausmaß von 100 % (Uni-KV: B1, www.aau.at/uni-kv). Das monatliche Mindestentgelt für diese Verwendung beträgt € 2.794,60 brutto (14 x jährlich) und kann sich auf Basis der kollektivvertraglichen Vorschriften durch die Anrechnung tätigkeitsspezifischer Vorerfahrungen erhöhen. Voraussichtlicher Beginn des auf vier Jahre befristeten Angestelltenverhältnisses ist ehestmöglich.

Der Aufgabenbereich umfasst:

  • Mitwirkung an Forschungs- und Lehrarbeiten der Arbeitsgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik
  • Selbständiges wissenschaftliches Arbeiten mit dem Ziel einer Promotion innerhalb der Vertragslaufzeit
  • Engagierte Mitarbeit an administrativen und organisatorischen Aufgaben des Instituts
  • Mitwirkung an Aktivitäten der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit des Instituts bzw. der Fakultät

Die Forschungsgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik beschäftigt sich in Forschung und Lehre mit der Anwendung von intelligenten Systemen auf praktische betriebliche Fragestellungen. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt der Arbeitsgruppe liegt auf dem Design und der Evaluierung von Empfehlungsverfahren, der Anwendung von Methoden des Data Mining im betrieblichen Umfeld und personalisierten Softwarediensten im Allgemeinen. Das Spektrum der Forschungstätigkeiten reicht von der Anwendung von neuen Methoden der künstlichen Intelligenz bis hin zur Erforschung, welche Effekte solche Informationssysteme auf ihre BenutzerInnen haben. Das Institut für Angewandte Informatik ist international in Wissenschaft und Industrie sehr gut vernetzt.

Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung:

  • Abgeschlossenes einschlägiges Master- oder Diplomstudium an einer in- oder ausländischen Hochschule
  • Fließende Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift oder Bereitschaft zu deren Aneignung innerhalb des ersten Anstellungsjahres

Der Nachweis für die Erfüllung aller Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung muss spätestens bis 12. Dezember 2018 vorliegen.

Erwünscht sind:

  • Sehr guter bis guter Studienerfolg
  • Erste einschlägige Publikation(en) (abgesehen von der Master- bzw. Diplomarbeit)
  • Fachspezifische Auslands- und Praxiserfahrungen
  • Soziale und kommunikative Kompetenz
  • Lehrerfahrung und didaktische Kompetenz

Diese Stelle dient der fachlichen und wissenschaftlichen Bildung von AbsolventInnen eines Master- bzw. Diplomstudiums mit dem Ziel des Abschlusses eines Doktorats-/Ph.D.-Studiums der Angewandten Informatik. Bewerbungen von Personen, die bereits über ein facheinschlägiges Doktorat bzw. einen facheinschlägigen Ph.D. verfügen, können daher nicht berücksichtigt werden.

Die Universität strebt eine Erhöhung des Frauenanteils beim wissenschaftlichen Personal an und fordert daher qualifizierte Frauen zur Bewerbung auf. Frauen werden bei gleicher Qualifikation vorrangig aufgenommen.

Menschen mit Behinderungen oder chronischen Erkrankungen, die die geforderten Qualifikationskriterien erfüllen, werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefordert.

Allgemeine Informationen finden BewerberInnen unter www.aau.at/jobs/information.

Bewerbungen sind mit den üblichen Unterlagen bis 12. Dezember 2018 unter der Kennung 745H/18 an die Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Dekanatekanzlei/Recruiting, ausschließlich über das Online-Bewerbungsformular unter www.aau.at/obf zu richten.

Es besteht kein Anspruch auf Abgeltung von Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten, die aus Anlass des Aufnahmeverfahrens entstehen.

Der Beitrag Universitätsassistentin / Universitätsassistent am Institut für Angewandte Informatik, Arbeitsgruppe Wirtschaftsinformatik/Information Systems – Kennung 745H/18 erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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Postdoc-Assistentin / Postdoc-Assistent am Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft und Bildungsforschung – Kennung 679H/18

Stellenausschreibung Wissenschaftliches Personal |Foto: kasto/Fotolia.com

Die Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt schreibt folgende Stelle zur Besetzung aus:

Postdoc-Assistentin / Postdoc-Assistent

an der Fakultät für Kulturwissenschaften, Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft und Bildungsforschung, im Beschäftigungsausmaß von 100 % (Uni-KV: B1 lit. b. www.aau.at/uni-kv). Das monatliche Mindestentgelt für diese Verwendung beträgt € 3.711,10 brutto (14 x jährlich) und kann sich durch die Anrechnung tätigkeitsspezifischer Vorerfahrungen erhöhen. Voraussichtlicher Beginn des auf sechs Jahre befristeten Anstellungsverhältnisses ist der 1. Februar 2019.

Der Aufgabenbereich umfasst:

  • Mitwirkung in Lehre und Forschung mit sozialpädagogischen Schwerpunkten,
  • Betreuung und Beratung von Studierenden,
  • Betreuung von Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten, Abnahme von Bachelor- und Masterprüfungen,
  • Beratung und Betreuung von Studierenden, insbesondere im Bachelorstudium Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaft und im Masterstudium Sozial- und Integrationspädagogik,
  • Mitwirkung in universitären Gremien,
  • Kooperation in sozialpädagogischen Forschungsprojekten.

Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung:

  • Facheinschlägiges, abgeschlossenes Doktoratsstudium in Erziehungswissenschaft/Bildungswissenschaft/Pädagogik oder Sozialer Arbeit an einer in- oder ausländischen Hochschule mit mindestens gutem Erfolg (bzw. magna cum laude),
  • Forschungsschwerpunkte im sozialpädagogischen Bereich,
  • Erfahrung in der wissenschaftlichen Lehre.

Der Nachweis für die Erfüllung aller Voraussetzungen für die Einstellung muss bis spätestens 12. Dezember 2018 vorliegen.

Erwünscht sind:

  • Wissenschaftliche Erfahrungen (Vorträge, Publikationen),
  • Erfahrungen in der Projektarbeit,
  • Facheinschlägige Berufserfahrungen,
  • Teamfähigkeit,
  • Kompetenz in Gender Mainstreaming.

 

Die Stelle wird ohne die Möglichkeit einer Qualifizierungsvereinbarung ausgeschrieben.

Die Universität strebt eine Erhöhung des Frauenanteils beim wissenschaftlichen Personal an und fordert deshalb qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung auf. Frauen werden bei gleicher Qualifikation vorrangig aufgenommen.

Menschen mit Behinderungen oder chronischen Erkrankungen, welche die geforderten Qualifikationen erfüllen, werden ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung aufgefordert.

Allgemeine Informationen finden BewerberInnen unter www.aau.at/jobs/information.

Bewerbungen sind mit den üblichen Unterlagen (Anschreiben, Lebenslauf, Zeugniskopien und Arbeitszeugnisse) bis 12. Dezember 2018 unter der Kennung 679H/18 an die Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Dekanatekanzlei / Recruiting, ausschließlich über das Online-Bewerbungsformular unter www.aau.at/obf zu richten.

Es besteht kein Anspruch auf Abgeltung von Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten, die aus Anlass des Aufnahmeverfahrens entstehen.

Der Beitrag Postdoc-Assistentin / Postdoc-Assistent am Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft und Bildungsforschung – Kennung 679H/18 erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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Using mathematics to improve rail cargo planning

Philipp Hungerländer | Foto: aau/Waschnig

Every year, around 8,400 employees transport more than 100 million tonnes of goods on behalf of Rail Cargo Austria. 620 traction units and 21,500 goods wagons are required purely for rail cargo operations. In the case of highly complex logistics tasks such as this, the deployment of man and machine requires careful planning. Mathematicians working on a project funded by FFG are now developing algorithms designed to significantly enhance the planning process.

“The transport of goods by rail is coming under increasing pressure: Available resources are dwindling, costs have to be calculated with ever narrower margins, and customers expect the promised service to be delivered promptly”, Philipp Hungerländer (Department of Mathematics) explains. What is more, route diversions have a negative impact on the carbon footprint. Planning processes are complicated and are frequently characterised by vast differences between the theory and the practical implementation. Philipp Hungerländer sees a great need for research in this area, and he believes it promises considerable potential for improvement: “In this regard, Austrian rail cargo traffic is in a similar position to many other international logistics and transport companies.”

The project “Intelligent agent-based simulation and optimisation of roster and route planning for traction units in Austrian rail cargo traffic” will draw from a sizeable volume of available data on rail cargo traffic to develop the so-called “Train Delay Prediction System”, and to calculate route capacities. Building on this, the team – which is comprised of researchers and software developers from dwh GmbH, the University of Klagenfurt, TU Wien, Hex GmbH and Rail Cargo Austria AG – will develop optimisation algorithms specially tailored to address the issue of roster and route planning for traction units. Simulations will be used to thoroughly test the new planning tool. Referring to the overall aim of the project, Philipp Hungerländer adds: “We aim to develop optimisation algorithms that allow automated, rapid, efficient, and robust roster and route planning for Austrian rail cargo traffic.” Research results are expected by the summer of 2020.

 

Der Beitrag Using mathematics to improve rail cargo planning erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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17.11. – UNI-Party – no 24 hour access

Öffnungszeiten Bibliothek | Foto: Andrea Bem

UNI Party:

The library will be closed and there will be no 24 hour access

Sat, Nov 17, 16:00 –  Sun, Nov 18, 06:00.

Der Beitrag 17.11. – UNI-Party – no 24 hour access erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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Job Announcement: PreDoc Scientist (f/m)

Applied Informatics

The Department of Applied Informatics (Research Group Adaptive and Networked Production Systems) invites applications for the position of an

PreDoc Scientist (f/m) (in German: Universitätsassistent/in)

The tasks and responsibilities of the position include:

  • Participation in research and teaching activities of the Research Group Adaptive and Networked Production Systems
  • Independent research with the goal of Doctoral Promotion within the period of appointment
  • Dedicated collaboration in administrative and organizational tasks of the department
  • Project collaboration with academic and industrial partners of the research group
  • Participation in public relations activities of the department and faculty

Required Qualifications:

  • Completed Master’s or Diploma studies with substantial focus on Informatics (e.g., in Informatics, Business Information Systems, Information Management or Data Science) at a domestic or foreign higher education institution
  • Fluency in spoken and written English

Additional Desired Qualifications:

  •  Basic knowledge and practical experience in one or more of the following areas:

Declarative Problem Solving

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

Combinatorial Search and Optimization

Constraints and Preferences

Computational Complexity

Planning and SchedulingData Mining and Machine Learning

Algorithms and Implementation

  • Good academic performance
  • First scientific publication(s) (in addition to the Master’s or Diploma thesis)
  • International and practical experience specific to the position
  • Social and communicative competences
  • Teaching experience and didactic competence

Applications with the customary documents are to be submitted until 12 December 2018
indicating reference code 709/18 to Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Dekanatekanzlei /
Recruiting, exclusively via the online application form at www.aau.at/obf.

Download : Univ.-AssistentIn_AINF

 

 

Der Beitrag Job Announcement: PreDoc Scientist (f/m) erschien zuerst auf Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt.

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